Beast Band – Online Slot By BGaming
Jul 28, 2023
BEAST BAND INFO
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South Africans are more likely to have seen animals, like lions and boars, in their natural habitat than those from other parts of the world. What we might not have even seen is when those animals get together and form the hardest rocking band this side of the savanna!
Casino software provider BGaming has pulled its resources to get you front-row seats to the Beast Bands’ live performance! We hope that you’re familiar with their songs and are ready to rock out with their golden albums when they appear on the reels during the bonus feature.
Dust off your 80s grunge look and get ready as we’ll be here with you! If you’re unfamiliar with the group, don’t worry. We’ll play some of their greatest hits so that you can familiarize yourself with the symbols, features, extras, and mechanics that will hopefully play at the show.
Sharp Claws To Shred The Guitar
The game wastes no time at all thrusting you to the front of the stage. Moving lights envelop the stage and provide a nice backlight to the play grid. While you are near the front, there are some in front of you and you can see them waving their arms around wildly to the music. Various lights will also move around the border of the grid adding an extra layer of detail. In all, these animations make the game feel authentic, even if the theme is wild.
We can’t talk about a rock-and-roll-themed online video slot release without mentioning the music. The audio in this title is great, you’ll be rocking out in your chair while playing this title as the music is just that good. What might have been a bit of an oversight by the developers is that when the game is left idle for a little while, the generic ambient casino sounds start to play which you’ll recognise if you’ve spun some of BGaming’s repertoire. While this isn’t game-breaking, it does feel out of place.
Each of the animals has their own distinct personality which you can tell simply by looking at the symbols that appear. During winning combinations, they come to life and more of their personality shines through. This is due to the great work that was put into the design and artwork of this game.
For those craving a rock and roll safari, this might be the exact game for you. We suggest playing the game using a fun account before hopping into the game for real.
Meet The Band
There are twelve symbols that you’ll come across when watching this band perform. Eight are common and will pay out according to the paytable should they form a winning combination on a valid pay line. The remaining four are special and have different attributes which might alter the game should they hit.
Let’s have a look at the low-paying images. These are represented by playing card royals and as such, you should expect to see J, Q, K, and A appearing on the grid fairly frequently. The J, Q, and K are all of the same value whereas the A is the highest-value image of the group.
Moving on to the high-paying symbols, we have the various members of the group. We have the Fox on Keytar, Wolf on Bass, Boar on Drums, and Bison on Guitar. The Bison on Guitar is the highest-paying common icon in the game so be sure to scream extra loud when it appears on stage.
The main vocalist, the Lion, is the Wild of this title. The Wild will substitute for any common icon in the game, allowing you to build winning combinations easier than you otherwise would’ve been able to. It will also help extend any already existing combination.
The VIP Ticket is the Scatter of the game. This can only appear on reels 1, 3, and 5 and will trigger the bonus gameplay feature should three of them manage to land during a single spin.
The Golden Record is the Bonus Symbol of this game. Their value comes from a random multiplier of between x1 – x20. Should six or more Disk Symbols appear on the grid during a single spin, you will activate the Re-Spin Bonus.
A Rainbow Record is the Collect symbol that can only appear during the Disk Re-Spin Feature. It will sum up the values of all the Disk Symbols that are currently present on the grid.
The Greatest Hits
The RTP is 96.83% with the volatility rated as medium-high. Be sure to keep all of this information in mind should you decide to play this online release for real money.
There are 5 reels and 3 rows present within this game. You’ll be trying to land winning combinations on the 25 fixed pay lines.
Bets can range from 0.20 – 12 coins per spin with the highest achievable win that can potentially be obtained through gameplay x7,500 the bet.
Rock n’ Roar!
By landing 3 Scatters during a single spin, you will activate the Bonus Spins Feature and be awarded 8 bonus spins. During this feature, the low-paying images won’t appear, leaving only the high-paying icons as well as the Disks to make an appearance. By landing an additional 3 Scatters during the feature, the feature will be re-triggered. The feature can be re-triggered an unlimited number of times.
To trigger the Disk Re-Spin feature, you will need to land 6 Disk symbols on the grid at once. During this feature, only Disks and blank spaces can land. The triggering Disks as well as any new Disks that land are sticky and will remain on the grid until the end of the feature. You are awarded 3 re-spins and for each new Disk that lands on the grid, those re-spins are reset. If you are able to fill a row or reel with symbols, a multiplier is added to those symbols at the end of the feature. When the feature comes to an end, the value of all Disks is awarded as a prize. If you are able to fill the entire grid with icons, then the Mega Jackpot is awarded, supplying you with a x1,000 the bet.
If you’re looking for something fun but wild at the same time, this might be the game for you. If you are interested in trying out this title, we suggest trying it out for fun at your online casino of choice before spending any real money.
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